We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions for your convenience. If you have other questions, feel free to email our studio manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may click on any one of the questions in the “General Questions” for a shortcut to the answer, or you may browse all of the questions and answers in the “Full Q&A.”
No, we do not. We eliminate duplicate images, test shots, missed focused shots, shots with bad expressions and other images that may dilute the overall product delivery. For example, because we shoot with low apertures, sometimes we take a few extra shots to make sure we have the perfect focus.
Yes. To see examples of our videography services.
We have shot at hundreds of venues, so there is a good chance that we have. However, if we have not, we will get to the venue early on the day of and be sure to perform a thorough walk-through to scout out the best photography locations. We also do extensive online research prior to your big day!
Take a look at our Ideal Wedding Photography Timeline to see a detailed breakdown of how much time you would need to have set aside for your wedding photos.
Typically, the photographer you meet with will be the photographer for your engagement session and wedding. You may request to meet with a specific photographer; otherwise, we’ll make the decision based on personality, availability, language abilities, and your referral.
We shoot most of our images in Small Raw with certain situations where we move to Large Raw.
Our photographers and cinematographers speak many different languages.
Of course you may! We pride ourselves on the consistency of our work. We understand all photographers post their best shots from each wedding on their websites so it’s hard to determine how well he or she will perform on the wedding day.
Yes we do. Every image we deliver is post produced with our unique signature style of post-production. This involves color correction, exposure adjustment, selective black and white processing, clarity adjustments, tone-mapping, and other corrections.
“Touching up” in our studio is the same as our signature (standard) post-production. See the question below for clarification.
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